Men in Black

  • by Mark R. Levin
  • Narrated by Jeff Riggenbach
  • 8 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Supreme Court endorses terrorists' rights, flag burning, and importing foreign law. Is that in the Constitution? You're right: it's not. But these days the Constitution is no restraint on our out-of-control Supreme Court. The Court imperiously strikes down laws and imposes new ones purely on its own arbitrary whims. Even though liberals like John Kerry are repeatedly defeated at the polls, the majority on the allegedly "conservative" Supreme Court reflects their views and wields absolute power. There's a word for this: tyranny.
In Men in Black, radio talk-show host and legal scholar Mark R. Levin dissects the judicial tyranny that is robbing us of our freedoms and stuffing the ballot box in favor of liberal policies.
If you've ever wondered why, no matter who holds political power, American society always seems to drift to the left, Mark Levin has the answer: the black-robed justices of the Supreme Court, subverting democracy in favor of their own liberal agenda.
Decades of judicial activism have made the Supreme Court the most potent threat to American freedom. Men in Black, as Rush Limbaugh writes in his introduction, "couldn't be more timely or important, as liberals continue shamelessly to thwart the people, Congress, the president, and state governments by using the courts to dictate national policy....Men in Black is a tremendously important and compelling book."
It could very well be the most important book you hear this year.


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Customer Reviews

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A mockery of everything this country stands for!

Coming to this book with an open mind to see how an author looks at our judicial system left me unquestionably irrate. Our reason and belief in Liberty must be restored in this country, my only regret is the thought of people buying in to this hypothesis.
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- Ricardo

An accurate account of the S.Ct. case law.

This book is a concise and timely synopsis of the history of the Supreme Court's case law as it pertains to the Consitution. A good listen for anyone who wants a basic understanding of the subject or a short refresher course on the Court.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-25-2005
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.